There’s everything you could think of at this place. Waterfalls, rocks and sea views are all part of the pool scene, not to mention a collection of thalasso pools* by the spa. That’s where you’ll also find a sauna*, a Turkish bath* and a gym*. On the activity front, you’ve got a kids’ club and sports pitches. And dining is taken care of with a mix of buffet and à la carte eateries.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Little ones are well looked after, thanks to the Ericaland club. It features indoor and outdoor play areas, as well as a cinema. There’s also a five-a-side football pitch, a mini-hockey pitch and a volleyball court.
The hotel has its own fleet of boats* for trips out to the Maddalena archipelago. Alternatively, you can book yourself in for a golf lesson*.
- 5-a-side football*
- Beach volleyball*
- Golf lessons*
FOOD & DRINK
There’s a dining option for every day of the week. The main restaurant pairs buffet spreads with an ocean outlook. And there are even more scenic venues, like a hilltop Sardinian place and a seafood-serving beach eatery.
Two of the restaurants turn à la carte for evening meals, so you can enjoy romantic, candlelit dinners overlooking the water. The hotel-run kids’ club also houses a child-friendly pizzeria, with a wood-fired oven.
- Li Zini seafood à la carte restaurant*
Li Zini is a seafood restaurant with something special. It's an al fresco affair down on the beach. Start your evening with an aperitif, followed by fresh catch of the day or barbecued shellfish straight from the aquarium. You will need to make a reservation if you'd like to eat here, too. Plus, its operational hours are weather dependent.
- Nautilus buffet restaurant
Nautilus restaurant is the hotel's main buffet restaurant overlooking the infinity pool and the sea.
- Les Bouches restaurant
Les Bouches offers a varied buffet for breakfast and dinner, while offering views over the Straits of Bonifacio.
- Grecale à la carte restaurant
A mix of international and local dishes come together at this à la carte restaurant. Just so you know reservations are required to dine here.
- Li Ciusoni restaurant*
Li Ciusoni offers a range of Sardinian dishes all grilled or baked in traditional wood-fired ovens. Please be aware that a reservation is required here.
- La Prua*
Dinners are more romantic in style thanks to the candlelit atmosphere and location overlooking the infinity pool and sea. Meals here are Mediterranean inspired with a modern twist. Just so you know, there's a charge to dine here and reservations are required.
- Children's pizzeria restaurant*
The hotel-run kids' club comes with its very own pizzeria complete with wood-fired oven and grill. Dinner's included but there's an additional charge for lunch.
- Li Caracoli beach snack bar*
- Nemo snack bar*
Nemo offers a range of light bites to keep you going throughout the day. Come the evening, enjoy a cocktail whilst local artists put on live shows or music.
- Conchiglia pool bar*
Located by the pool in the Hotel La Licciola, Conchiglia is set at the waters edge. Enjoy light snacks and drinks without having to leave the pool.
- 5 Bars*
- A la carte dining*
- Va Pansiero*
This bar is located within the reception area of the Hotel Erica. A selection of alcoholic and soft drinks are available.
- La Caracoli*
If you get hungry during the day, you'll be able to find a menu of snacks available here. Soft drinks and alcohlic drinks are also on offer.
If you get thirsty during the day, you can swim-up to this pool bar.
- Reception Bar*
A wide selection of alcoholic and soft drinks are available to choose from at this place.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The super-sized spa is a big draw at this place. Four thalasso pools gather their water from the nearby coast, plus they’ve got a great vantage point. Then there’s the Turkish bath and sauna for afterwards.
There are a total of 15 private cabins reserved for pampering, like body wraps, facials and scrubs. Fitness-wise, you can head on over to the indoor cardio room*.
- Le Thermae Thalasso and Spa*
Along with the 4 heated saltwater pools, Le Thermae also features a Turkish bath, sauna, relax area, cardio fitness room and 15 booths for Thalassotherapy and beauty treatments and massages.
- Evening entertainment programme
Local artists come and perform live shows and music.
- Kids' club
The hotel's kids' club has its own pizza restaurant. They put on football and volleyball games, mini field hockey, water polo, and art and craft sessions, including jewellery making using natural materials. And there's a playground, too, with indoor and outdoor facilities. There's also canoeing, snorkelling and adventure days, too, along with games consoles. Please note, there may be age restrictions with some of the activities.
- Baby club*
Opening Times: [09.00-23.00]
The hotel run baby club's run by qualified staff, and is for little ones aged from 2 to 3-years-old. There's a free nursery, too, which is equipped with facilities such as highchairs, pushchairs, sterilisers, bottle warmer, baby phone, changing tables, cots and baby food.
- Mini club
Opening Times: [09.00-23.00]
The mini club's for youngsters aged from 4 to 9-years-old.
You can move between four saltwater pools, including one with far-reaching sea views, and another with a swim-up bar. They’re framed by loungers and parasols on sun terraces.
The thalassotherapy spa* flaunts four saltwater pools, which vary in temperature. And some of the nearby sandy coves are stocked with loungers, while the bigger public beach has a section reserved for hotel guests.
- 4 outdoor pools
The resort boasts a number of impressive pools. There are three saltwater pools, two in the Hotel Erica which includes a children's pool, and one in the Hotel La Licciola. The latter is made up of three large pools, connected by waterfalls and set amongst natural rock formations. The fourth pool is a freshwater number, set in a secluded area offering 180 degree views of the sea.
- Kids' saltwater pool
- 4 Thalasso saltwater pools*
There's another 4 saltwater pools in the spa area that are used for Thalasso treatments. Each one is heated to a different temperature.
- Free Wi-Fi areas
- Shuttle bus*
There's a shuttle bus to Santa Teresa Gallura. Please note, the bus does not run on Saturdays, you'll need to check with reception for the timetable.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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